I make it a mission to have dinner or lunch here at least once a week. Yes, the town is small but it's not just for the locals. I was at a diner elsewhere and I was overhearing australian tourists talk about this pizzeria and how much they love it. The best pizza I have ever tasted and they're decently priced also with friendly staff.
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